Colonial Village Motel & Cottages
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... on ‘supposedly’ lies) and a replica on the ship in which they landed on called the Mayflower.
The second day was a fun jam packed and memorable day with equally wonderful weather to match.
At the start of the Cape Cod peninsular is a town called Sandwich which we intended on paying only a short visit to but ended up staying for the majority of the day!
And how could ...
... see the water plumes of whales not far off the beach. Difficult to actually see the whales even through the telescopes at the visitors centre. Provincetown has been the highlight of our time in Cape Cod, quite old but with new life from the gay community and bohemian themes, and another great place to scoff lobster!
As in Cape May we have squirrels running around and climbing up the trees around the ...
... envisioned a small quiet place, but as several road signs announce: “Thickly Settled,” there are a lot of folks.
Sept 12-Went to a BIRD CARVING show (amazing!) and saw a cranberry bog (harvest is in two weeks!)
Sunday, Sept 13 - We worshiped at a Congregational church established in 1848 here in Sandwich. As we searched for our restaurant, we stumbled upon the Cape Cod Canal, toured the Corps ...
... veggie something or other. And we are on deck. Hit the sack early. We all seemed so tired. Too much sun I think. I am so brown that my village will think a multi racial resident came in! Next morning I made French Toast for all and after Tony and Nanette went food shopping, we left for Fiddlers Cove in Falmouth. We got to sail some but with the wind on our nose, we never would have gotten In before dark if we zig ...
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Meanwhile I enjoyed a solo visit to the Glen weekend where I visited with friend Rich on Cayuga Lake and enjoyed $2 Buds and hundreds of classic cars in the village festival. Temps hit 93, so lots of Buds were required. I capped off the weekend with the Sunday night social with the brotherhood of the smouldering log at Seneca Lodge, surely one of the best places to stay in all New York. Any place that advertises their rooms as "unpretentious" has to be ...